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Inheritance of resistance to stem rust Puooinia graminis tritici (Eriks. and Henn.) and the awned character of Wheat crosses



Inheritance of resistance to stem rust Puooinia graminis tritici (Eriks. and Henn.) and the awned character of Wheat crosses



Alexandria J. agric, Res, 6: 1, 99-114



Field studies at the Univ. Alexandria, Egypt, in an area with heavy natural epidemics of P.g. f.sp. tritici, on 18 crosses involving 20 local and introduced Triticum vulgare, T. durum, and T. pyramidale vars. showed that in resistant x susceptible resistance was completely or partially dominant, and was controlled by 1 pair of genes present in the resistant parent.

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